China’s Shandong Luneng claimed the 2019 Lunar New Year Cup after defeating Sagan Tosu from Japan at the Hong Kong Stadium. Photo: Dickson Lee

Lunar New Year Cup set for a boost after increased funding makes HK$10 million available to attract bigger clubs

  • Kitchee use the scheme to secure additional funding for international friendly against Premier League champions Manchester City this summer
  • Vice chairman Pui Kwan-kay wants stronger teams for Lunar New Year Cup with government financial backing
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China’s Shandong Luneng claimed the 2019 Lunar New Year Cup after defeating Sagan Tosu from Japan at the Hong Kong Stadium. Photo: Dickson Lee
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